French DRM Law Revised for iTunes

I am afraid that the French have no balls!
Read this article [link] in BetaNews. The French have watered down the original bill which would ban the use of DRM formats that are closed down for third parties. Or easier said; A person who buys a DRM protected piece of data should be able to play it on any equipment it has. So if I buy a song on iTunes I wouldn’t be forced to buy an Apple iPod to be able to play it on something else then my PC.

I hope the Scandinavians have bigger balls.